Bouddi, water breaking over rocks
Bouddi National Park, New South Wales
Taken early morning in Bouddi National Park this photo captures the textures of Sydney Basin sandstone. The word Bouddi is the local aboriginal name for the eastern headland of Maitland Bay where this photo was taken and has become synonymous with the national park and the surrounding area. It has various meanings in local Aboriginal languages, and this is thought to mean ‘a heart’ or ‘water breaking over rocks’.